Hoejangjeogori-styled Gyeotma-gi, 16th c., from the tomb of Han (Cheongjoo Han clan, the greatgrand daughter of King Joongjong). Length 67 cm, width 72 cm. Gyeotma-gi refers to the underarm gussets of a jeogori, but is also applied to a jeogori without side-slits. It is made of satin damask with cloud patterns and decorated with satin damask with a scrolled lotus pattern at the collar, the overlapping panel, the armpit and the cuffs. At the Dankook University Seok Juseon Memorial Museum.